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Asarum caudatum 'white flower'

Posted by Jerry_Murray 20F/Puget Sound (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 1, 04 at 2:29

Does anyone know of a white-flowered variety western US native ginger with white flowers (Asarum caudatum)? And, is it cold hardy? I am interested in trading for some.

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RE: Asarum caudatum 'white flower'

Someone might be able to help you on this forum, but you will probably have better luck elsewhere. Despite the common name ginger for Asarum it isn't a ginger at all. Most of us here discuss tropical gingers, a group of plants completely unrelated to Asarum. I'm sure long ago someone thought it was a good idea to call both plants ginger, but it sure causes confusion now!


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